Richmond: Butch Miller preview

Miller Takes the ASI LTD. NASCAR Craftsman Truck To Richmond Indianapolis, IN (September 6, 2004) ~ Short track legend and NASCAR Craftsman Truck series veteran Butch Miller, will be behind the wheel of the No. 08 ASI Ltd. Chevrolet Silverado...

Miller Takes the ASI LTD. NASCAR Craftsman Truck To Richmond

Indianapolis, IN (September 6, 2004) ~ Short track legend and NASCAR Craftsman Truck series veteran Butch Miller, will be behind the wheel of the No. 08 ASI Ltd. Chevrolet Silverado for the upcoming NASCAR Craftsman Truck race, at the Richmond International Raceway.

"Richmond is an exciting place to run," said the three-time American Speed Association champion.

Miller is having the time of his racing career right now, and just to add more momentum to his racing attitude is getting to get back inside a NASCAR Craftsman truck.

"I'm having an absolute blast driving the truck again. I love the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, and I'm just honored to have the opportunity given to me by my car owner Ken Smith, and to have ASI Ltd jump on board to make this race possible, is great." he explained.

Miller heads to RIR hoping to improve on his 2004 NCTS debut at Indianapolis Raceway Park, where he crossed the line 24th.

"We had a good truck at IRP, but we learned some new things. The series has changed drastically since the last time I was a full-time driver in the NCTS." The driver of the No. 52 Timber Wolf Chevrolet in ASA continued "We look to take our new knowledge and apply it to Richmond. I'm read to go," added Miller.

Butch Miller and his No. 08 ASI Ltd Chevrolet Silverado will be running at one of the most popular stop for any series to visit, Richmond International Raceway. Racing under the lights at the historical RIR makes it one of the best tracks to watch a NASCAR Craftsman Truck event.

The race will be televised live on the Speed channel, Thursday, September 9th, 2004 at 8:30 p.m.

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